Physician Assistant Program - Jacksonville

Faculty and Staff

Hoi Kee Ng, PA-C, MPAS

Hoi Kee NgProfessor Ng was born and raised in Hong Kong. In 1991, she followed her dream to the United States to pursue her studies abroad. In 1998, Ms. Ng completed her Master of Physician Assistant Studies and Bachelor of Science in Medicine at the University of Florida.

After graduation, Ms. Ng immediately joined Mayo Clinic Jacksonville as a Physician Assistant in Neurosurgery. For more than 10 years, she was responsible for first assisting in all neurosurgical surgeries and Neuro interventional procedures for a group of six neurosurgeons. She was responsible for hospital rounds including critical care units and neurosurgical floors. Ms. Ng has been preceptor for residents, physician assistants, and nurses.

In January 2009 Professor Ng joined Nova Southeastern University as an Assistant Professor in the Physician Assistant Program and is the Course Director for Cultural Issues in Healthcare, Clinical Laboratory Medicine I & II, and Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Professor Ng also lectures on a variety of topics in the Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, Clinical Procedures, Physical Diagnosis and Clinical Medicine & Surgery courses.

Prior to joining Nova Southeastern, Professor Ng's academic accomplishments included the published journal article "Kyphoplasty" in the July 2008 Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants; an abstract presentation: "Prolonged Mild to Moderate Hypothermia for Refractory intracranial Hypertension" at the national Neuro-critical Care Meeting in October 2008. Professor Ng was also appointed to the academic rank of Instructor in Neurosurgery, College of Medicine at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville. Professor Ng is an invited guest speaker for senior residents at the Chinese Christian church of Jacksonville since 2006. Her presentations have included Cardiovascular Events and Prevention; Stroke Prevention; H1N1, Flu Vaccine, Osteoporosis; Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, as well as Healthy Life, Geriatric Population.

Since she joined Nova Southeastern University, Professor Ng was invited as a panelist in a diversity forum held by Vistakon, The Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc. Professor Ng has also presented at the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants conference. Currently, Professor Ng is pursuing her Doctor of Health Sciences degree.

Professor Ng is honored to be part of the Nova Southeastern Physician Assistant faculty. It has been her passion to train the next generation to practice medicine. For the years she served at Mayo Clinic neurosurgical practice, she learned to build a good relationship with her patients and colleagues by 3Hs: Honesty, Humility, and Humanity. Professor Ng could like to carry these passions to her students.

On a personal level, she enjoys serving the children ministry at her church. Proverbs 22: 6, 'Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.' She feels blessed to have all these accomplishments in her life and will continue to fulfill this lifetime commitment.